I would like to thank the LNS and Dennis Cochran for building public awareness of the North American Union (NAU), in "No more borders means no more illegals."
The NAU is a diabolical plan by ultra-elite, to nullify the Constitution of the United States, by surrendering it to a superior governmental jurisdiction encompassing what is now Canada, USA and Mexico.
The Security and Prosperity Partnership is a "softlaw" treaty handshake agreement between President Bush, President Vicente Fox and Prime Minister Martin. Thus there isn't any tangible documentation that can be submitted to the Senate for approval, and leaders who are "sleeping on watch" do not know about it. Thus the principle "NAU by stealth."
Recently, the public interest group Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act request on the U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM), who participated in the second meeting of the North American forum, held September 12-14, 2006, in Banff, Canada. The documents revealed arguments by Pedro Aspe, former Mexican finance minister, who called for narrowing of the income gap between Americans and Mexicans, integration of transportation networks, and combined customs and duties. Aspe's most chilling remark was a reminder to participants that "European integration was driven by crisis."
Thus he was indicating the possibility that a crisis may be manufactured to induce integration. Aspe, a former Mexican government official, is advocating a crisis in America, in the presence of NORTHCOM. Aspe is using an old concept that unknowing citizens are willing to surrender their freedoms or go to war, in exchange for security. This principle was advanced by Adolf Hitler when he asked for parliament to dissolve itself in response to alleged Russian terrorism (Hitler's Brown Shirts) that had burned the Reich building.
I recommend withholding campaign donations to any politician who is "sleeping on watch" while the American Constitution is under attack by the stealthy NAU. Angry citizens can contact our representatives in Washington. Sen. Dianne Feinstein must understand, because she is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, which has advanced this plan from the American side.